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While the graphics are typically sparse--notably simpler than the old CD-ROM version--the game should help your kids while away hours in the backseat on trips. One part Pokemon and a couple other parts search and adventure, coupled with the wholesome pinkness of Barbie herself, and you've got a perfect, if overly-simple, game for ages 5 and slightly up.
This game isn’t one you should go around looking for. It’s not even that fun, and you’ll get bored of it within 15 minutes (but by then, you’ll have completed about a fifth of the game). I sat through all of it, and I can also say the ending isn’t worth the first tap of the A button. There is no real reason to play this game, unless you’re faced with the alternative of Titus the Fox.